Jackson Rotary honors March Seniors of Month

Two outstanding members of the Jackson High School Class of 2020 have been selected as the “Seniors of Month” for March for the Jackson Rotary Club – Emily Mapes and Holly Sexton. They were introduced at the club’s meeting of Tuesday, March 3.

Brain Burners…

I like to play chess on the mornings that I don’t have to work.  With the ease of the online games, I can play people from all over the world.  I absolutely love it, but just a warning; if you beat a Soviet, they really do get quite upset which is immediately reflected in the comments bar. 

Spring Showcase set for this weekend

The time is here for the 2020 Jackson County Spring Showcase business exposition.

Spelling champ had perfect ‘elocution’

The word “elocution” proved to be the winning one for Vinton County Middle School 8th-grade student Olivia Conrad Thursday evening, March 5.

Crime Watch published March 11, 2020

The following reports were taken from the Jackson Police Department:

South, West elementaries earn ‘High Progress’ label

Vinton County Local Schools Curriculum Director Terri Snider delivered some very good news concerning South and West Elementary Schools at the Feb. 17 meeting of the Vinton County Local Board of Education.

Animals Unlimited to offer stem cell therapy

Dr. Anderson touts treatment as natural, long-lasting alternative to medication

The team at Animals Unlimited Veterinary Hospital, 640 Mt. Zion Road, Jackson, has announced plans to begin offering a new treatment in the form of stem cell therapy.

Bundy students learn about Dr. Seuss legacy

Last week, Wellston City Schools observed National Right to Read Week with students at Bundy Elementary School learning about the famous children’s author, Dr. Seuss, and his colorful band of characters.

‘The sky is the limit’ for Rio Grande

URG President Ryan Smith champions change during Oak Hill Chamber meeting

After a period of financial uncertainty and countless rumors surrounding the future of the University of Rio Grande (URG)/Community College, President Ryan Smith has been busy not only righting the ship, but also setting the record straight on what lies ahead for the local higher education hub.

Youth wrestler wins his way to State Tournament

Kingston Blankenship wins District title

A young wrestler from Jackson has qualified to compete in the Ohio Athletic Committee State Tournament, which will be held at the Covelli Centre in Youngstown on Saturday and Sunday, March 28-29.